All Jim Kaplan Stories
In Philadelphia they are advertising a patriotic pennant, with bumper stickers reading THE STAR-SPANGLED PHILLIES, a red-white-and-blue ...
Except for the information on the plaques honoring the nine black players in baseball's Hall of Fame and in the few books on the subject, ...
Missouri plays a schedule that Coach Norm Stewart calls "professional suicide." The Tigers open against defending national champion North ...
Sweetest swinger in Minnie
Rod Carew, the best-hitting American League second baseman since Charlie Gehringer, finds it almost impossible to hit the headlines. This is ...
Low in Cayuga's waters
Cornell's outlook for the season was hopeful until communications between coach and players collapsed. Then the team began to sink
Time to pillage the village
America's strongest amateur team ever is geared up for the Olympics
For whom the Bell toils...
...was up in the air during the off-season, but Buddy Bell is still with Texas
Big Ben's time is now
Foes are alarmed by the prowess of Creighton star Benoit Benjamin
A Garland in full bloom
EVERYTHING'S BEEN COMING UP ROSES FOR THE BALTIMORE RIGHTHANDER SINCE HE LEFT THE BULLPEN AND BLOSSOMED INTO A STARTER WITH A RECORD OF 13-2
The man who would be king
Dave Collins is threatening to steal Rickey Henderson's stolen-base crown
Two major additions to the minors
Once controversial big-leaguers, now Denny McLain (below) and Bill Valentine are abloom in the bushes
Is the bloom off the Rose?
Unless he picks up the pace, Pete Rose, 42, may not tie Cobb after all
A pitcher with a lot of clout
Pittsburgh ace Ken Brett talks toughly and carries a big stick
These Dodger Kids Are On The Ball
Slumping or injured veterans laid L.A. low, but now its youngsters are keeping the team afloat in the NL West
They get a kick from the Can
The Red Sox are wild about the gifted and goofy Dennis (Oil Can) Boyd
LASORDA'S MATES IN THE CLASS OF '77
Tom Lasorda is only one of six new National League managers. Below are scouting reports on the others: JOE ALTOBELLI (San Francisco): 44 ...
The Best Teams—Why Not The Best Umpires?
Baseball had a problem a few days before the playoffs began: The umpires were threatening to strike. Baseball had another problem a few ...